A Heracles statue in France is receiving a removable pecker. The locals cannot keep their hands off this guy’s appendage. Apparently, they believe some of Heracles strength will rub off on them. The town just got tired of it so poor Heracles will miss his manhood. Its only brought out of storage and reattached for special events. Thousands of years from now, some archaeologist is going to be digging in that town, unearth this statue and propose a version of humanity with removable parts.
Kimchi tofu burgers and other vegan fair at Dandy Diner in Berlin caused a food riot, of sorts. Hipster Berliners descended upon the Dandy Diner opening in such numbers that the police shut it down early for the night. The Dandy Diner is upscale fast food for vegans. According to the menu, the Italian burger consists of aubergine tomato sauce and basil. As far as I can figure, this is code for stewed eggplant, tomato and basil stuffed between vegan certified buns. This brings to mind a variation on an old question. Where’s the burger?
Oklahoma voters are set to decide on the return of the 10 commandments. The monument on Capitol grounds, not the ones in the Bible. If the monument gets moved back, other groups have petitioned to have their statues on Capitol grounds such as the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. My vote is for a flying spaghetti monster statue to liven up the grounds a bit.
In Iceland, swimming pools posted signs prohibiting men from using the hair dryers on their privates. If you’re a guy with a hairy torso, you must bring your own hair dryer or more towels. Drying your butt or privates with the communal hair dryer disgusts your fellow swimmers. There is a picture to go with this article which I can’t post but it’s a guy with a typical hair dryer with one leg up drying his you know what. I figure hair dryer manufacturers are readying a new campaign for Iceland. A hair dryer designed to dry those hard to get to places without singeing the delicate goods.